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Power to decouple. Hybrid regimes in the international system: a multimethod analysis

(2019) In Proefschriften UA-IOB 2019: 2.
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Hybrid regimes, Political systems, Rwanda, Burundi, Social Network Analysis

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De Roeck, Mathias. Power to Decouple. Hybrid Regimes in the International System: A Multimethod Analysis. Vol. 2019: 2, 2019.
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De Roeck, M. (2019). Power to decouple. Hybrid regimes in the international system: a multimethod analysis. Antwerpen.
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De Roeck, Mathias. 2019. “Power to Decouple. Hybrid Regimes in the International System: A Multimethod Analysis.” Antwerpen.
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De Roeck, Mathias. 2019. “Power to Decouple. Hybrid Regimes in the International System: A Multimethod Analysis.” Antwerpen.
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De Roeck M. Power to decouple. Hybrid regimes in the international system: a multimethod analysis. Vol. 2019: 2. [Antwerpen]; 2019.
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M. De Roeck, “Power to decouple. Hybrid regimes in the international system: a multimethod analysis,” Antwerpen, 2019.
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